Vote Housing for the 2021 Election

August 23, 2021

The federal election has been called to occur on September 20, 2021. At the ballot boxes next month, make a difference and vote to end homelessness and housing need.

ONPHA, alongside many other regional and national housing organizations, has joined the national, non-partisan
Vote Housing campaign to end homelessness and make housing safe and affordable in Canada. The campaign works to engage and mobilize Canadians across the country to pledge to Vote Housing in the upcoming election and ensure all political parties are making bold investments into affordable housing in Canada.

Earlier this month, a new nation-wide Nanos Research Poll found that majority of Canadians support and would be more supportive of a political party proposing and taking action to end homelessness and build affordable housing. Safe, decent and affordable housing matters to Canadians and we want political leaders to take action by implementing policies that provide housing for all communities. Here are some key takeaways from the poll, which highlight just how important housing is in the upcoming election:




How you can take action 

Want to get involved in the Vote Housing campaign? Here’s what you can do:

  • Visit the www.votehousing.ca and learn more about the six policies that political parties should include in their platforms this election if they are committed to ending homelessness and housing need
  • Pledge to Vote Housing and show political parties that you care about housing this election and will support candidates that address housing issues
  • Volunteer to be a part of this grassroots campaign in your community
  • Spread the word! Let your friends, family and colleagues know that you are pledging to Vote Housing because it is important to political parties to address housing and homelessness issue, and encourage them to do the same

 

Find out more ways to take action and get involved by visiting: www.votehousing.ca/take-action